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Death Rides A Horse


Published 1967


NOTE: THIS FILM IS SEPERATED INTO 4 FILES

Death Rides A Horse, in public domain, this version is panned and scanned. first three vids are direct rips from dvd, '.vob' extension renamed '.mpg', fourth vid was cropped to exclude copyrighted content which was attached to the ending (distributor logo etc.), it was reformatted into mpg2. According to wikipedia this film is originally in Italian, no doubt dubbed for the American release.

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Audio/Visual sound, color
Language English

Reviews

Reviewer: Maz22 - - December 17, 2014
Subject: You can find this at the dollar store
This is a good flick. Found this on dvd at a 99 Cents Only Store a few years ago! I'm going to watch it again now.
Reviewer: classicmovieguy - - January 23, 2011
Subject: Great Movie
I wish I could of found this sight years ago
Leevancliff looks like my dad
Reviewer: Budro - - July 10, 2009
Subject: Good but too much spaghetti sauce.
The spaghetti westerns are usually well done with interesting plots. My complaint is that I hate the loud background music and the millions of close up shots of faces and eyes. Other than that I like them. This one was especially good.
Reviewer: baisers voles - - February 16, 2009
Subject: I loved this movie!
I joined archive just to give this one a good review.. a great in the tradition of spaghetti westerns!

and starring the angel from Barbarella!

what's his name?

Diabolik?
Reviewer: lurchthing - - February 15, 2009
Subject: what a westren
this is a well writen movie grade a actors just all around fun
Reviewer: Aitchondo - - January 15, 2009
Subject: Death Rides A Horse
Well worth the ride!
Reviewer: vaagheid - - May 15, 2008
Subject: No more Law!!!
I just heard about the death of John Phillip Law, and was kind of shocked. I always thought this was one of the beter spaghetti westerns (I am not a big fan of the Terence Hill/slapstick westerns). And really feel saddened by the death of such a great cult-actor.
Reviewer: sciwriter - - January 15, 2008
Subject: Never a dull moment
Excitement, suspense, chivalry, courage. Westerns like this are no longer made. Thank you.
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